10 Ways To Use Geranium Essential Oil

Years ago, when I first started using essential oils, florals were not my favourite. I usually opted for something spicy or refreshing, but left the florals aside — they didn’t come off as appealing at that time. However, over the last year, I’ve changed my tune. After finding a few oil blends — such as the Joy and White Angelica blends from Young Living — that I’ve absolutely fallen in love with, I’m ready to give florals another chance. The funny thing is, it was went I felt the positive effects of using Joy and lemon oil together in the mornings that I truly began to ADORE the flowery scents! Our bodies really know what’s best for us — we just have to listen!

Since it’s feeling summery outside and I’m in the mood for flowers, let’s talk about geranium essential oil! Keep reading to learn about a few of the ways you can use this lovely oil!

10 ways to use geranium essential oil

10 Ways To Use Geranium Essential Oil

Add a few drops of geranium oil to a cotton ball and toss them in your shoes as a deodorizer — perfect for yours child’s shoes too.

Nourish your skin with geranium oil! Simply add a few drops of geranium oil to the moisturizer you’re already using each day. You can even apply a few drops with your fingers before rubbing in your moisturizer.

Apply geranium oil to your puffy, under eye area. Feel free to dilute with your eye cream or coconut oil.

Diffuse to boost your mood! Geranium combines well with lavender, lemon, rosemary, and more! (This is my favourite way to use geranium! It’s so incredibly uplifting and happiness-inducing!)

Make a cleansing room mist by adding 3 drops geranium, 2 drops lemon, and 1 drop tea tree oil to a 1oz bottle filled with water. Spritz linens and all around your home.

Feeling bloated? Try rubbing a little geranium essential oil into your abdomen. You could also combine it with coconut oil or Young Living’s V6 carrier oil for a little belly massage.

Make your own natural deodorant using geranium, ylang ylang, sandalwood, and bergamot. Try this recipe for yourself!

Feeling moody? Try a relaxing bath with a few drops each of geranium oil and bergamot. I can’t get enough of this combination!

Add a few drops of geranium and peppermint oils to 1oz water in a spray bottle. Mist your body and your space for a refreshing, energizing feeling.

Soothe your summer-ravaged skin with a combination of aloe vera and geranium oil. Cooling and your skin will thank you!

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